28th Street/Little Portugal Station

Cross section rendering of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station. Riders enter at street level, take elevators or escalators down, and board BART trains underground
Conceptual rendering of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station - Subject to change

The 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be between US-101 and 28th Street, just north of East Santa Clara Street. This station will consist of a ground-level station with underground side platforms with tracks in the center. Ticketing and fare gates will be at street-level. Passengers will be able to access the station from the corner of 28th Street and Five Wounds Lane. Vehicle parking and bicycle facilities will be available at this station.

The 28th Street/Little Portugal Station’s lower platform will be 86’ deep, and the concourse will be 70’8” deep. For comparison, there are many stations across the county with deeper platforms, including in Washington DC; New York City, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Union City, New Jersey; Dallas, Texas; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington and closer to home in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Map of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station. The station entrance building is near the corner of 28th Street and Five Wounds Lane. The platform is underground. On the ground level around the station entrance building will be access facilities, parking, and future potential transit-oriented development.

The future station will reside in the Little Portugal neighborhood of East San José. Within walking distance of the historic Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station serves a diverse and vibrant section of San José. Featuring taquerias, Portuguese, Mexican, and Vietnamese cuisine and everything in between, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be a hub of activity, serving both brand new San José residents and generations of families that have grown here. 

28th Street/Little Portugal Station at a glance: 6,700 weekday passengers by 2040, 8 neighborhoods within walking distance, 6 schools surround the station, located in one of the country's largest Portuguese communities, and connection to the future Five Wounds Trail
Future Station benefits
Meeting 28th Street Little Portugal
28th Street Station Aesthetics
28th Street Transit Oriented Community

Video is for illustrative purposes only to provide into layout of core station components. Not all information in this video is current and is subject to change.

Cross section rendering of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station. Riders enter at street level, take elevators or escalators down, and board BART trains underground
Conceptual rendering of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station - Subject to change

The 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be between US-101 and 28th Street, just north of East Santa Clara Street. This station will consist of a ground-level station with underground side platforms with tracks in the center. Ticketing and fare gates will be at street-level. Passengers will be able to access the station from the corner of 28th Street and Five Wounds Lane. Vehicle parking and bicycle facilities will be available at this station.

The 28th Street/Little Portugal Station’s lower platform will be 86’ deep, and the concourse will be 70’8” deep. For comparison, there are many stations across the county with deeper platforms, including in Washington DC; New York City, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Union City, New Jersey; Dallas, Texas; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington and closer to home in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Map of VTA's 28th Street/Little Portugal BART Station. The station entrance building is near the corner of 28th Street and Five Wounds Lane. The platform is underground. On the ground level around the station entrance building will be access facilities, parking, and future potential transit-oriented development.

The future station will reside in the Little Portugal neighborhood of East San José. Within walking distance of the historic Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station serves a diverse and vibrant section of San José. Featuring taquerias, Portuguese, Mexican, and Vietnamese cuisine and everything in between, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be a hub of activity, serving both brand new San José residents and generations of families that have grown here. 

28th Street/Little Portugal Station at a glance: 6,700 weekday passengers by 2040, 8 neighborhoods within walking distance, 6 schools surround the station, located in one of the country's largest Portuguese communities, and connection to the future Five Wounds Trail
Future Station benefits
Meeting 28th Street Little Portugal
28th Street Station Aesthetics
28th Street Transit Oriented Community

Video is for illustrative purposes only to provide into layout of core station components. Not all information in this video is current and is subject to change.

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